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The surviving records of the Central Employment Bureau for Women comprise chiefly minutes of the Executive Committee and of the Consultative Committee, the Students' Careers Association and the Loan Fund Committee, together with some miscellaneous items, including meeting notes, an attendance register and a postcard.
The surviving archives of the Freedom of Labour Defence Society comprise minutes, correspondence, reports, investment papers and press cuttings. They were originally catalogued with the archives of the Society for Promoting the Training of Women, with which they were accessioned: they are presumed to have survived alongside the SPTW archives because of Jessie Boucherett's connections with both organisations.
The papers listed here comprise personal and biographical records; papers relating to Beryl Platt's Cambridge years; speeches and lectures delivered by Beryl Platt; papers deriving from her work in the House of Lords; and papers deriving from her periods of office as Chair of the Equal Opportunities Commission and Chancellor of Middlesex University. Each section is arranged broadly chronologically.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.